"Nope, nope, I am not dealing with that, good luck, goodbye, see you later, until we meet again!"
"Have a nice mission," Azalea said faintly as he passed her by. Her gaze remained in the direction of the cacophony. Don't let things get too out of hand with Ymir and Zeno. And look after Mazus-
Azalea was only half-listening as Klein strolled over to greet the new recruits. He was a perfectly capable adventurer with a good track record, though she knew he didn't often decide to accompany others. It would certainly be a challenge for the coppers if they wanted to keep up with him.
I'm planning on picking 'Undead Forces' as the quest I will go on next."
Uh-huh, uh-huh... wait. Azalea frowned, finally tearing her eyes away from the kitchen to observe the group of three. Her concern showed as Klein continued in his mild tone, speaking as if they were discussing small things like the weather. "It is not exactly common to take two copper-ranked adventurers on a gold quest and it will undoubtedly be a long and dangerous adventure. You are free to refuse if you feel you aren't up to the task"
"I accept it. When we going?"
"I've come to inform you that I'm prepared to go on this quest, no amount of thinking would change my answer."
Well Azalea couldn't fault them for eagerness. It didn't take long for them to approach Klein's table after he'd finished speaking, neither seeming to bat a lash at the fact it was a gold rank quest.
It made it all the more a pity as Azalea cleared her throat.
"As happy as I am for you three to go on a quest together, I'll have to ask you to withhold from tackling the undead forces just yet." There were a number of reasons, though it would certainly need to be taken care of in time. "Eiru and Zion are currently on a rescue mission in that area," she continued, pausing only briefly as a particularly loud crash came from the kitchen. She covered a wince as she tried to stay on track. Whatever was going on seemed like it would take forever to clean up. "Given the scope of things, I'd like to wait for them to get back before delving too far into the region."